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Update: One Craven Co Home invasion suspect caught by deputies

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NEW BERN, N.C. - Craven County Sheriff’s deputies took Erik Martin into custody Friday in connection with a February 19th home invasion in Harlowe.

Martin is charged with possession of a firearm by a felon, possession of cocaine, burglary and discharging a weapon into a occupied dwelling.

If you have any information about the second suspect, Tony “Capone” Elliot, please contact the Craven County Sheriffs Office at 252-636-6620/911 or Crime Stoppers at 252-633-5141. 


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Deputies in Craven County are looking for two men in connection with a recent home invasion.

Deputies say they're looking for Tony "Capone" Elliot and Erik Martin. Both men are wanted for questioning in a Wednesday home invasion in the Harlow area of Craven County.

If you any information in this case call the Craven County Sheriff's Office at 252-636-6620 or Crime Stoppers at 252-633-5141.
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